Doctor Frankenstein had been rescued from the icy seas, and has been telling the crew about his experiments to create a living, and breathing man. He continues his tale of how his experiments led to his creation, and how his girlfriend was opposed to his work. The storms in his flashback seem to be the echoes of the storms that now rage at sea.
We first learn that the experiments come with both success and failures. The creature indeed comes to life, but it’s far from the beautiful vision that Victor Frankenstein envisioned. Still, Victor counts it more a success than anything else.
Soon murder enters the picture. How will the doctor deal with the misdeed of his invention? Can he make it right?